Verizon and Sprint Won't Restrict FaceTime Over Cellular
Verizon has confirmed that it will include FaceTime over cellular on all its data plans, reports the WSJ.
All Verizon Wireless customers will be permitted to use the data-intensive application with no additional charges, including those remaining on unlimited data plans, according to a company spokeswoman.
In contrast, AT&T is requiring subscribers to sign up for its data-sharing plans to use FaceTime over cellular. Sprint Nextel Corp. has said it wouldn't place limits on FaceTime use.
Apple is set to launch iOS 6 which will enable the new FaceTime functionality on September 19th.